August 2018

07/24/2018
blue and orange living room
Consumers are starting to discover what those in the industry have long known: Furniture and fashion can make an equally powerful statement, and a look that exemplifies your unique aesthetic and…
New Yorkers in Greenwich Village are used to doing more with less space. For Fauzia Khanani, Founder and Principal Designer at New York-based Studio Fōr, less space means a more design-centric…
Kick Your Feet Up Small space doesn’t mean small style. These living products are petite in stature and do double-duty to maximize available square footage. New tech: The Glanis table lamp from…
In the Tampa Bay area of Florida, affordable housing may be difficult to find, but plenty of pools have their own homes. As a general contractor and President and founder of Goldsborough Company in…
No website page or blog should ever be written without first consulting a keyword planner — an online tool that reports the search volume, competition and geographical search trends of keywords. When…
Millennials love small spaces. Baby Boomers love big spaces. Right? Maybe not. This spring, Lighting & Decor conducted a reader survey to see how retailers viewed small-space living. When asked…
We’ve been tracking Matte Black on many new intros, and ceiling fans are no exception.  The 56-inch Spades ceiling fan from Progress Lighting features a sleek contemporary two-blade design that’s…
Glass tops on dining tables allow intricate bases to steal the show.   Golden Hour   Worlds Away’s Abigail dining table appears to float. The airy hexagonal base brings a little glamour with…
Sustainability is becoming an increasingly important factor in consumers’ eyes when they go to purchase a new piece of furniture. Last month, the Sustainable Furnishings Council (SFC) and The…
While the majority of companies in the home furnishings industry continue to chase the oft-elusive Millennial customer, Fairfield Chair — a major manufacturer of fine upholstered seating for the home…
If I’ve gotten to know one thing about attending the magnitude of shows and conferences that our industry participates in — besides the inevitable need for a foot rub — it’s that without fail, I’ll…